Poinsettias: Holiday Pop of Color
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GLENDORA, Calif. - Californer -- Tis the year to bring back Christmas traditions. Whether you're decking your halls or going to a party, poinsettias are the perfect Christmas accent. Gone are the days of just red, white, and pink poinsettias – now you can choose from an array of colors and styles. Armstrong poinsettias have been coveted across the Southwest as the largest, most lush poinsettias that last well past the holidays.

Pop of Holiday Colors

Beauty Marble –
Bi-colored bracts with a rich, sweetheart pink edged in a buttery cream color

Maroon - deep, color-saturated maroon bracts perfect for an elegant Christmas setting

Sparkling Punch – Bracts have a defined edge for a unique shape and are a pale pink with a cream stripe

Country Quilt – Unique patterns of red and white with patches of pink and cream bracts for a true quilted look.

Ice Crystal - remarkable bracts of cream down the middle and shimmer into pink

Armstrong Poinsettias

Armstrong Garden Centers has been going poinsettias for decades and takes pride in growing the very best poinsettias. They are grown locally in Fallbrook, California using only the best horticultural practices. Each poinsettia is planted in July in a special peat moss soil mixture. This specialized soil blends allows for better moisture retention making watering easier for you. In the growing process, each poinsettia is hand-pinched which is what gives them a nice, full shape. As Christmas approaches the amount of light, they receive is adjusted so the poinsettia leaves color up just in time for the season.

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Poinsettia Care Tips

Keeping your poinsettias looking beautiful past the holidays is a breeze. When you bring them home place them indoors in an area that has bright, indirect light and is away from heat sources. If placing poinsettias outdoors, place in a spot that receives six or more hours of sunlight that is protected from the wind. Keep the soil slightly moist to the touch but not soggy. There's no need to feed them—the growing team at Armstrong has already done that for you.

Follow these easy tips and your poinsettias will last beyond New Year's Day.

For more information, visit https://www.armstronggarden.com/garden-guides/poinsettias

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